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April 16 update
Our 7-day moving average positivity rate continues to decline due to continued hard work and commitment. Classes end in three weeks and in-person Commencement ceremonies are one month away. To reach our goal of completing the full academic year on campus, we must remain mindful and vigilant.
It is very exciting that starting on Monday, April 19, all students and the entire Bryant community becomes eligible to receive vaccines. The state of RI has significantly increased vaccine availability to accommodate all 62,000 students in universities and colleges across the state. For students it is important that you know that you can receive your first dose in RI and second dose in your home state. If you have not already been vaccinated, make a plan to schedule your vaccine starting on Monday. We will be providing more detailed information and suggestions on how to register for your vaccination, but you can always visit https://covid.ri.gov/vaccination for more information and to schedule your vaccine appointment.
Essential protocols with masking and limited social gatherings remain critical. To keep everyone safe we will continue increased Public Safety and it is important that all members of the community continue wearing masks, maintaining social distance, frequent hand washing and avoiding unnecessary trip off campus.
Apr. 16: Vaccination updates, new testing data, commencement plans, international/domestic travel info, more.
Apr. 9: Vaccination eligibility, commencement schedule, new testing data, student events, more.
Apr. 2: New testing data, commencement schedule, vaccination updates, summer session registration, more
Mar. 26: New testing data, commencement updates, vaccination updates, telehealth, more
Mar. 19: New testing data, plans for in-person residential life in fall, in-person attendance at athletic events, more
Mar. 13: New testing data, commencement plans, summer session registration, more
Mar. 5: New testing data, decline in positivity rate, 2021-22 academic calendar, dining hours, family Zoom panel, more
Feb. 27: New testing data, hy-flex learning option, info on care packages, virtual events/activities, more
Feb. 19: New testing data, increased testing guidelines, family Zoom panel, vaccine distribution info, more
Feb. 12: President's Day schedule, CDC guidance on masking, Zoom backgrounds, ice rink hours, more
Feb. 5: Testing info, outdoor activities, athletics guidelines, vaccine distribution, more
Jan. 29: Preparation for campus arrival, testing protocol, prior positive COVID test info, vaccine distribution, more
Jan. 26: Testing protocol for returning to campus
Jan. 22: Spring academic calendar, testing info, move-in expectations, testbooks, WiFi, more